Low mile 35ths seem to be the only MN12s on car collector radar, I've never seen one listed for less than $8K as long as I've been into MN12s. The tenuous position they're in though, while this car may be worth well over $3,000, an equally good condition 90 SC anny with 40K miles instead of 4K isn't. And that example probably isn't being sold by a speculative business dealing with "collector cars", likely a private owner like any of us who just needs it gone. Real collectible cars don't have the majority of their worth dictated by miles on the odometer - how much discrepancy do you see between high and low mile Hemi Cuda convertible prices? It's a minor selling point, not THE selling point. - and until the cars appreciate for what they actually are and not for the pointless statistic in the speedometer, I won't hold my breath on these cars being "worth something someday".